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... As some background, I was recently diagnosed as having Multiple Sclerosis based on 5 brain lesions, an eye condition closely associated with that disease and past history. ... (17 replies)
... now. None of them have any idea why my balance is bad and keep telling me it is not my neck, which is BS, I had NO problems at all before my neck went out. I have been to the ENT and to a balance specialist who tested my eyes. I only have balance problems when my neck acts up. It's the neck. ... (10 replies)
... however, breaking it down, this is my understanding. A facet is a section of bone on a vertebrae, the ligamentum flavum is a series of ligaments connecting the laminae of adjacent vertebrae from the axis to the sacrum. ... (3 replies)

... First, I would suggest you get several other opinions, being sure to include both an orthopedic spine surgeon and a neurosurgeon, to see what your options might be. ... (9 replies)
Any advice
Nov 27, 2003
... Have you ever had CTs or MRI scans done on your spine? ... (3 replies)
... I have been having my lower leg go numb from the knee down on the outer portion of the calf. I have diabetes so the "pressure" test is called by the wrong name. ... (3 replies)
... I do wish you were here in Australia, it is a new experience to find a 'specialist' that actually listens. After all these years, I have a pretty good understanding of my back. ... (8 replies)
... Sorry folks, I've been away with my good lady, and went back to light duties at work. So I've just had the chance to reply this evening. ... (11 replies)
... There are a variety of causes of spine pain that can not be alleviated with anything other than surgery. ... (14 replies)
... I had my hardware removed in November of 2007 and my surgeon felt this was my pain generator and things look stable as far as my fusion went so he removed the hardware. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks so much for your kind words. I have bilateral pars defect and ddd and spondy. Also a buldging disk. My Dr. wants to to the dysense rods on l4and l5 level. Also either the level above or below not sure yet. He wants to try to stabilze the spine and if that does not work then it will be a fusion. ... (13 replies)
... I was feeling really bad and extremely depressed this morning... I was even considering not coming back to the boards. But I decided to get back on once more and Im glad I did. ... (0 replies)
... am considering surgery and would welcome information from anyone. I have tried therapy a few times and have seen results in the past but not recently. I changed my career from construction to technical support which involves sitting all day and this is becoming bothersome. ... (8 replies)
Endless pain
Oct 21, 2012
... Hi. I just read your post. Several things run thru my mind. First of all I am sorry that you are in so much pain. ... (13 replies)
... e had back pain for many, many years and although I've had a bunch of MRI's they've never really shown anything 'remarkable' until this last Wednesday when I had my first MRI in two years and supplemental images taken with contrast. ... (4 replies)
CT Scan Results
Oct 14, 2011
... rea. The good news is that the adjective used to describe your issues is "mild," so it is entirely possible that you will see a doctor and he will tell you your MRI "looks fine." Or, he might say "the MRI is typical for someone your age...and everything looks OK. ... (6 replies)
... There is a neurological connection to fibromyalgia in some cases from my understanding... just thought I'd let you know that. ... (10 replies)
... Ask the doctor if he is going to do a microdisectomy, a fusion of the spine, or give you an artificial disk. And WHY. He needs to show you a model of the spine and explain the procedure. ... (20 replies)
... In all honesty and just my opinion, you are gonna get a better look at the compressed nerve and such with a Myelogram, it give much better detail and a better view of the problem... ... (15 replies)
... t. She says a HIGH majority of chronic sufferers also suffer from some sort of depression due to the chronic pain interferring with daily life...she hit the nail on the head....she got SO many of my symptoms right and it was such a relief.....SOMEONE FINALLY tells me I am not looney..... ... (4 replies)


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